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Broadcast, like much of the British independent production sector, is going global.
In such a competitive market, originality counts - but ratings are king, says Ricky Kelehar
Lisa Sabina Harney’s debut as a series director took her to Nairobi, with a mission to empower women on- and off-camera.
Netflix and Amazon are about subs not viewers, says Kate Bulkley
CES 2016 has shown me the game-changers, says Mark Harrison
Tax incentives have created a production golden age, says Tom Avison
Period drama’s legacy will be that it made the world sit up and take notice of British scripted shows, says Gareth Neame
Mipcom rallied after being struck by floods on Saturday night, according to Jake Kanter, with buyers’ appetites remaining strong.
Rapid growth in channels means there are a lot of slots to fill, says Amanda Groom
Smart manoeuvring can help Davie meet targets, says Kate Bulkley
BBC supporters say cuts could turn the corporation into a UK version of the ad-free US network. Is this such a bad thing, asks Stephen Arnell
International formats are setting the pace for UK broadcasters
Tantrums, censorship and celebrity remakes were all on the agenda for DRG’s Jeremy Fox on a visit to China
This year’s Kidscreen was buzzing with talk of new horizons. Sarah Baynes reports from Miami
NBC anchor’s fall is a sad reflection on the blurring of news and entertainment
Co-production links are being forged betwen Korea and the UK, says Amanda Groom
The Charlie Hebdo attack forced French broadcasters to confront how they break rolling news
ITN Productions’ Chris Shaw recounts producing Grierson Award-winning doc Children on the Frontline.
Can Viacom crack the male audience with the UK launch of Spike TV? Stephen Arnell weighs up the evidence
Practice of pitching to broadcasters simultaneously is coming to the UK
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